Thank you Your pack is on its way!

Thank you for ordering your fundraising pack and helping us raise money to protect more children across the UK from abuse.

If you've chosen to receive your pack in the post you'll recieve it in the next 10 working days. 

But why wait? You can download a PDF version now!

Download your fundraising ideas pack

Create a Facebook event page

This is a great way of inviting everyone to your event and making sure they're up to date with your fundraising plans. 

Create event

Get started with your fundraising

Setting up your JustGiving page is easy. Find out what you need to do to get started.

Create your page

4 fundraising tips

  • Set yourself a target -
    think about how much you want to raise once you've covered any costs, and tell everyone your goal. 
  • Make a fundraising page - 
    an online page like JustGiving make fundraising easy by automatically collecting your money from your supporters. Share the link via Facebook, Twitter and email to keep people updated with your fundraising progress.
  • Spread the word - 
    pick a time and activity, and get as many people involved as possible. Facebook is a great way to invite people to join in. Or you might prefer email, phone or post. 
  • Don't forget GiftAid - 
    this means the taxman adds 25% extra to the donation. Please make sure all UK tax payers tick the GiftAid box on the sponsorship form in your pack. They must also include their full name, home address and post code. 

Get in touch

We're here to support you with whatever you decide to do, so you can focus on all the fun stuff.

We're incredibly grateful for all of your hard-work and enthusiasm, so thank you for joining the fight for every childhood. 

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